Sunday Worship Options:


If You Are Attending in Person:
Vaccination is required, if you attend, you are attesting that you are fully vaccinated. We only allow for exceptions with prior notification and proof of a negative covid test no more than 24 hours prior to the start of the service.

Masks are highly recommended.

If you are experiencing any covid symptoms, please take good care of yourself, stay home and rest.

If You Are Attending Online:
We have two links: one for the 10:30 service, and another for the 11:30 social time.  For links/invitation, please contact Pastor Rick at


The Chapel's Benefit Shop is open!

Tuesday through Saturday, 12:00pm-4:00pm,



Sunday Worship Highlights


The Chapel is offering 10:30 am online (Livestream) Sunday Services and post-service online (Zoom) social times.  For links and/or invitations to these events, please email Pastor Rick at 

November 6, 2022

Sunday Service with Rev. Rick Yramategui

Hybrid in-person & live stream

Theme: “Apocalyptic Misinformation”

Text: 2 Thess 2: 1-5, 13-17; Luke 20: 27-38

Music:  Piano music for the time change

November 13, 2022

Sunday Service with Lamont Wiltsee

Hybrid in-person & live stream

Theme: TBA

Text:  Luke 21: 5-19

Music:  Tammy Hall, pianist

November 20, 2022

Sunday Service with Rev. Rick Yramategui

Hybrid in-person & live stream

Theme: “The Circle of Blessing”

Text:  Luke 23: 33-43; Ps 46

Music: Rick Yramategui, piano

November 27, 2022

Sunday Service with Rev. Rick Yramategui

Hybrid in-person & live stream

Theme:  “Entering Advent”

Text:  Isa 2: 1-5

Music: Special Guest Musician

Tuesday Meditation Service

The Tuesday evening Zoom meditation services have resumed, beginning at 7:00 pm.  In order to receive the Zoom invitation, attendees should contact Rev. Rick at  

Chapel Book Discussion Group

Beginning September 29th on Zoom, the Chapel Book Group will be discussing its latest book selection, Do I Stay Christian?  A Guide for the Doubters, the Disappointed, and the Disillusioned.

Do I Stay Christian? addresses in public the powerful question that surprising numbers of people―including pastors, priests, and other religious leaders―are asking in private. Picking up where Faith After Doubt leaves off, Do I Stay Christian? is not McLaren's attempt to persuade Christians to dig in their heels or run for the exit. Instead, he combines his own experience with that of thousands of people who have confided in him over the years to help readers make a responsible, honest, ethical decision about their religious identity. There is a way to say both yes and no to the question of staying Christian, McLaren says, by shifting the focus from whether we stay Christian to how we stay human. If "Do I Stay Christian?" is the question you're asking―or if it's a question that someone you love is asking―this is the book you've been waiting for.

Please purchase the book before the first meeting on September 29, and let Rev. Rick know you will be participating so that you will get the link to join in the class.  The classes will be held on Thursdays, 1:30 pm- 3:00 pm.